Mr. & Mrs. Roy Dixon are the proud owners of the Old Country Kitchen located at 1254 Macon Street. The Dixon family prides themselves on customer service, cleanliness, friendliness, feasibility, and a variety of food options to choose from. They are also the makers of the orange and yellow bags of skins that can be found at local convenient stores.
Mr. Dixon built his first initial business in 1972 and it was located on Lynch Street. He later relocated to their current address on Macon Street. In conjunction with serving soul food, he invented the recipe for skins that so many people love. Currently, he is in business with a local distributor and his product is packaged and sold all over the state.
The Dixon’s have been in business for over twenty-five years; whereas, Mr. Dixon is mobile and sells his plates via delivery to large businesses and corporations in the metro Jackson area. They also cater for large events such as executive team meetings, family reunions, weddings, baby showers, and more.
Mr. & Mrs. Dixon are proud members of St. Luther Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Charles Polk, Jr. located at 1040 Rev. Charles Polk Sr. Drive, formerly known as Banks Street.
The Old Country Kitchen is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.